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Smart computers decode brain activity

Scientists from the University of Freiburg have used artificial neural networks to decode brain activity during performed and imagined movements. This is a further sign that computer science could revolutionize brain research.

Nanocrystal networks for artificial intelligence applications

An engineer's model lays groundwork for a new type of machine-learning device. The model uses nanocrystals to improve artificial intelligence applications.

How to eliminate social bias from artificial intelligence?

Boston - Artificial intelligence is being used to make more decisions that affect our daily lives: whether we get a loan, to mark an exam paper, to analyze evidence in a court case and so on. What happens if the software is socially biased?

Steve Earle talks 'So You Wannabe an Outlaw' album, The Paramount Special

New York - Veteran singer-songwriter Steve Earle chatted with Digital Journal about his new studio album, "So You Wannabe an Outlaw," which was released on Warner Bros. Records. He also opened up about his forthcoming concert at The Paramount in September.

Jerrod Niemann to take fans on a ride with new album 'This Ride'

Country star Jerrod Niemann will be releasing his fourth major studio album, "This Ride," on October 6, via Curb Records.

Moroccan asylum seeker 'targeted women' in Finland terror stabbing

Turku - Finnish police said Saturday that a Moroccan asylum seeker targeted women in a stabbing spree that left two people dead, in what is being investigated as a terrorist attack.

Spain attacker showed 'no sign of radicalisation': father

- Residents of Melouiya, a village high in Morocco's Atlas Mountains, are in shock at the news two of their sons were implicated in terror attacks in Spain.

Using Twitter for big data analytics to analyze disasters

There are 500 million tweets sent every single day. Can some of this data be put to good use, such as aiding communities in responding to a disaster? Researchers think so.

Op-Ed: Rights group criticizes revoking services to The Daily Stormer

Electronic Frontier Foundation(EFF) has reacted strongly against the decision by GoDaddy, Google, and Cloudfare to revoke services to the extreme right The Daily Stormer.

Wind energy blows up storm of controversy in Mexico

La Ventosa - Cain Lopez looks tiny standing near the seven enormous wind turbines that tower over his farm in the Mexican village of La Ventosa.

Ray Dalton talks new single 'If You Fall,' Lady Gaga, Elle King Special

Grammy-nominated musician Ray Dalton chatted with Digital Journal about his new single "If You Fall," and the digital transformation of the music scene.

NASA launch of TDRS-M satellite signals the end of an era

The end of an era came about this morning when a United Launch Alliance (ULA) Atlas V rocket roared off the pad with NASA’s newest communications Tracking and Data Relay Satellite M (TDRS-M).

Meet Susan Holland: Executive Director of Cancer Schmancer Special

Los Angeles - Susan Holland, the Executive Director of actress Fran Drescher's nonprofit organization, Cancer Schmancer, chatted with Digital Journal about the success of the 2017 Cancer Schmancer Cruise, and her future plans with the charity.

AI revolution will be all about humans, says Siri trailblazer

Hong Kong - It's 2050 and the world revolves around you.From the contents of your fridge to room temperature -- digital assistants ensure your home runs smoothly. Your screens know your taste and show channels you want to see as you enter the room.

Review: Clark Hill sensational on new 'Perfect to Me' music video Special

Country singer Clark Hill is back with his moving music video for "Perfect to Me," which is certain to leave certain country fans in tears.

Police arrest five in raid after Finland stabbing spree

Turku - Finnish police arrested five people in a Turku apartment overnight in their investigation into a stabbing rampage that left two people dead, they said Saturday.

How to safely watch an eclipse

Miami - Everyone who plans to look skyward when the solar eclipse sweeps across the United States on Monday should have the proper protective eyewear, or risk lasting blind spots, experts warn.Regular sunglasses will not do, the US space agency says.

Robert Plant to release new solo album 'Carry Fire'

Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Robert Plant (from Led Zeppelin) has announced that he will be releasing his new solo album, "Carry Fire" on October 13 via Warner Bros./Nonesuch Records.

Lebanon army launches offensive against IS on Syria border

Birut - Lebanese troops on Saturday launched an offensive against the Islamic State group on the country's eastern border with Syria, seeking to drive the jihadists from a long-time stronghold.

Eclipse-chasers trot the globe, addicted to Moon's shadow

Miami - Eclipse-chasers are a dedicated crew of scientists who travel the globe to catch a few moments in eerie darkness, and even after seeing dozens of eclipses, they say they can't get enough.
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